About Us

In the spring of 2007, Dan Cenidoza, a certified kettlebell instructor, started teaching a few friends kettlebells in the park. The group grew and Dan eventually opened Baltimore’s first (and only) kettlebell gym. The name has changed and the peo

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Holiday Eating Guide

by Åsa House While I know most of you don’t really worry about the holiday’s and feel confident you will be able to stick to your routine, it could still be an idea to come into the season with a plan. The more prepared you are the more likelihood you will succeed. I will share […]

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Fat Fit and Healthy

Health and fitness does not mean being skinny. There’s a standard in today’s culture that ties health, fitness and beauty into being lean. A toned body is a healthy body, right? A flat stomach and 6 pack abs is the epitome of fitness, right? Everybody wants to be skinny, right? Not so much. For a […]

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Community of Support

  I was recently asked “How did you build such a great community of support at BKC?” I answered, “I don’t know” Then I thought about it for a week or two and here’s what I came up with… Positivity I am a positive person by nature and I try to surround myself with other […]

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Family Fitness

Family Fitness The idea of writing about family fitness as I see it has been something I have been mulling over for a long time. This will be the first part of what I intend to be an ongoing and evolving project. Parenting never ends, and that’s exactly how I think fitness should be viewed. […]

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5 Exercises for Sitting

You’ve been sitting at your desktop or hunched over your mobile device for too long. You feel “text neck” setting in. You need to get up and stretch! Below are 5 exercises you can do to counter the negative effects of sitting in front of a computer. Recalibrate your posture Stand with your back against […]

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